Thursday, September 23, 2010

Lots to do this weekend

There are several fun activities going on this weekend in our little corner of southeast Kansas.

Old Iron Days starts today and continues through Sunday, although I recommend going before Sunday, they start to close down on Sunday, so you might miss some good stuff. This is a wonderful glimpse into the past and gives a whole new appreciation to the technology we now rely on. (Although my favorite part might just be the ice cream.)

Friday night the Jackets are at home playing against Humbolt. Game starts at 7:00 and stop by and see me and buy a raffle ticket for a half beef in support of the FCCC.

Saturday you can visit Neodesha's Chief Little Bear Day, I am planning on running in their 5K at 8am and then Colten and I are both riding in their Bike Ride at 9am, it's only 3.3 miles. They are suppose to have over 70 vendors this year, at 11:30 they have their Native American Opening Ceremonies and they have various bands preforming throughout the day. Chanute's Artist Alley in also on Saturday, if you have a train lover in your family, you should check out the train rides they offer on Saturday, plus a wide variety of craft booths and food.

Saturday afternoon the Fredonia PeeWee teams will be playing host to Cherryvale in their first home game, games start at 11am at John Stadium.

What are your plans this weekend? Will you be hitting up any of these local events?

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